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Imagung Techniques for Medical Applications

Volume 3 - Issue 4

Mostafa Ab Ebrahim*

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    • Department of Civil Engineering, Assiut University Assiut, Egypt

    *Corresponding author: Mostafa AB Ebrahim, Assistant Professor Civil Engineering Department Faculty of Engineering, Assiut University Assiut, EGYPT

Received: March 21, 2018;   Published: April 06, 2018

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.03.000923

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Modern Engineering Technologies are playing a main roll in medicine treatments. These technologies enable the doctors going under the skins, through the tissues up to the bones. They take them not just deep inside the human bodies, but deeper up to several levels like the womb. They give them the ability to inspect whatever deep inside the human body and give the suitable treatment and solutions for the issues at hand. Of course, without doctors’ excellent understanding of the human bodies, nothing can be done because they employing the results of these technologies to understand the case and find the best treatment and solution for it. Modern Engineering Technologies and Medical Application are two main terms of science have a great integration helping people with severe medical issues to find a solution for their medical problems. There are different imaging techniques that being used to show and discover whatever inside the human body. These techniques are called medical imaging. Medicinal imaging is the system and procedure of making visual portrayals of the inside of a body for clinical examination and therapeutic mediation, and in addition visual portrayal of the capacity of a few tissues or organs (physiology). Medical imaging uncover inward structures covered up by the skin and/or bones, and to analyze and treat infection. Medicinal imaging additionally builds up a database of ordinary life structures and physiology to make it conceivable to distinguish variations from the norm. Despite the fact that imaging of expelled organs and tissues can be performed for medical reasons, such methodology are generally considered piece of pathology rather than medicinal imaging.

Abbreviations: CT: Computed Tomography; MRI: Magnetic Resonance Imaging; DBT : Digital Breast Tomosynthesis